Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects
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Result of query: info cati WOH G$



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Details on Acronym:   G
   G (Giant) ***** Avoid the usage of G, prefer WOH Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   S
   S (Supergiant) ***** Avoid the usage of S, prefer WOH Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   WO
   WO (Westerlund+Olander+) ***** Avoid the usage of WO, prefer WOH Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature
Details on Acronym:   WOH
   WOH (Westerlund+Olander+Hedin)= (G) = (S) = (WO) Write:<<WOH S NNN>>
<<WOH G NNN>> N: 532+655 Object:Superg. + Giant  (SIMBAD class: Star) Note:Table I: format 'S NNN', Supergiant M stars in the LMC, (Nos 1-537), Nos 83, 144, 180, 333, 446 deleted from the table (double identif., etc.). Table II: format 'G NNN', Giant M stars in the LMC, (Nos 1-660), Nos 310, 343, 417, 507, 521 deleted from the table (double identif., etc.). Identif. charts. WOH are designated as 's' and 'g' in Lundgren 1988A&A...200...85L, and as 'S' and 'G' in Reid+ 1990ApJ...348...98R in source:Magellanic Clouds:LMC = LMC Ref:=1981A&AS...43..267W byWESTERLUND B.E. , OLANDER N., HEDIN B. Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 43, 267-295 (1981) Supergiant and giant M type stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud. oTable I: <WOH S NNN> N=532 among (Nos 1-537), Table II: <WOH G NNN> N=655 among (Nos 1-660) Originof the Acronym: L = Found in the literature

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